The Savage Warriors beat Rosebud in conference play Saturday, 60-22.
In the first half, Savage was able to run up the score over Rosebud, scoring 52 points alone, while Rosebud only managed to score 14.
Savage had 349 yards rushing and 123 yards receiving on the night.
Offensive leaders for the Warriors included sophomore Braden Feisthamel with 177 rushing and 40 receiving yards, junior Michael Reynolds with 79 yards rushing, freshman Brock Miller with 63 yards rushing, sophomore Tanner Hagler with 57 yards receiving and junior Austin Jensen with 20 yards receiving.
Defensive leaders for Savage included Jensen and freshman Trey Blosser both with eight total tackles, sophomores Robert Shope and Chase Hagler both with five total tackles and freshman Riley Hagler and junior Jordan Skaley-Lange both with four total tackles.
Feisthamel accounted for four Warriors touchdowns on Saturday with three running and one receiving.
Other individual team scorers included Reynolds with two running touchdowns, Blosser with one running touchdowns, Miller with two kicks for four extra points and T. Hagler with two receiving touchdowns.
The win over Rosebud places Savage fourth in Eastern 6-Man football. The Wranglers are eighth.
The Warriors have to go immediately back to work. They will travel to Westby Friday, where they will play the first ranked Mondak Thunder.
“We have been stressing taking care of the football at practice along with making decisions that will lead to positive outcomes,” head coach Rick Adsit said. “One game at a time and getting some help is all we can ask for at this point.”